Bluetooth is a technology that allows for wireless communication between hosts.

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Bluetooth LE / Bluetooth Smart supplementary security

So as we know there are significant issues with Bluetooth LE when it comes to security at least in the 4.0 and 4.1 specs. There are many solutions to this problem that can be undertaken i.e Enabling ...
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Are there security concerns with Bluetooth low energy?

In the first versions of BLE specifications, there was a huge security flaw during the pairing allowing an attacker to perform a MITM attack. Since Bluetooth 4.2, the pairing use ECDH, so there isn't ...
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Crackle does not work?

I've used to intructions for Crackle but, cannot get this kind of results like in the example. All it does is open up the wireshark like plugin and does not show any results like the picture below. ...
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Difference between Secure Simple Pairing and Secure Connections in Bluetooth?

I would like to know what are the differences between Secure Simple Pairing and Secure Connections in Bluetooth v4.2. Between BR/EDR legacy, BR/EDR, LE, LE legacy, I don't get it.
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Is the Bluetooth Passkey Entry mode vulnerability still exploitable in v4.2?

As some of you may know, Bluetooth v2.1 introduced Secure Simple Pairing, along with a vulnerability in the Passkey Entry mode. Today, the current version of Bluetooth is 4.2. A lot of thing as ...
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Is it possible to do Bluetooth pairing without a shared secret?

I was wondering if it is possible to pair a device if it does not have a shared secret key with the device it wants to connect to? I believe authentication is done using challenge response between ...
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How does STK (Short Term Key) generation work in a Bluetooth Low Energy?

I want to understand how STK (Short Term Key) generation works in a Bluetooth Low Energy. I don't want to go deep at a packets exchange level of a Security Manager Protocol, but I want to understand ...
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Can Bluetooth be man in the middle'd at the L2CAP layer?

Bluetooth HID devices can be man in the middle'd with two bluetooth dongles and this code http://ossmann.com/shmoo-2010/ Is this technique limited to just HID profile bluetooth devices or could this ...